paris • travel diary (day 2 of 7)

Day 2 of Paris brings us to the Marché Bastille (a local farmer’s market, from what I can tell), Place des Vosges (which is described as “one of the finest [squares] in the city” by Wikipedia, and is apparently where all the fancy rich people liked to live in the 17th and 18th centuries), Victor Hugo’s old house/museum (which my Mom demanded to see, although I’m not sure why because I’ve never seen her read a complete book…), and Notre Dame (which doesn’t need an introductory sidenote). It also brought some snails into my belly. When in France, eh?


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